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by Tröstl, Jasmin and Chuang, Wayne K and Gordon, Hamish and Heinritzi, Martin and Yan, Chao and Molteni, Ugo and Ahlm, Lars and Frege, Carla and Bianchi, Federico and Wagner, Robert and Simon, Mario and Lehtipalo, Katrianne and Williamson, Christina and Craven, Jill S and Duplissy, Jonathan and Adamov, Alexey and Almeida, Joao and Bernhammer, Anne-Kathrin and Breitenlechner, Martin and Brilke, Sophia and Dias, Antònio and Ehrhart, Sebastian and Flagan, Richard C and Franchin, Alessandro and Fuchs, Claudia and Guida, Roberto and Gysel, Martin and Hansel, Armin and Hoyle, Christopher R and Jokinen, Tuija and Junninen, Heikki and Kangasluoma, Juha and Keskinen, Helmi and Kim, Jaeseok and Krapf, Manuel and Kürten, Andreas and Laaksonen, Ari and Lawler, Michael and Leiminger, Markus and Mathot, Serge and Möhler, Ottmar and Nieminen, Tuomo and Onnela, Antti and Petäjä, Tuukka and Piel, Felix M and Miettinen, Pasi and Rissanen, Matti P and Rondo, Linda and Sarnela, Nina and Schobesberger, Siegfried and Sengupta, Kamalika and Sipilä, Mikko and Smith, James N and Steiner, Gerhard and Tomè, Antònio and Virtanen, Annele and Wagner, Andrea C and Weingartner, Ernest and Wimmer, Daniela and Winkler, Paul M and Ye, Penglin and Carslaw, Kenneth S and Curtius, Joachim and Dommen, Josef and Kirkby, Jasper and Kulmala, Markku and Riipinen, Ilona and Worsnop, Douglas R and Donahue, Neil M and Baltensperger, Urs and Stockholms universitet and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Institutionen för tillämpad miljövetenskap (ITM)
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 05/2016, Volume 533, Issue 7604, pp. 527 - 531
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by Kirkby, Jasper and Duplissy, Jonathan and Sengupta, Kamalika and Frege, Carla and Gordon, Hamish and Williamson, Christina and Heinritzi, Martin and Simon, Mario and Yan, Chao and Almeida, Joaõ and Trostl, Jasmin and Nieminen, Tuomo and Ortega, Ismael K and Wagner, Robert and Adamov, Alexey and Amorim, Antonio and Bernhammer, Anne-Kathrin and Bianchi, Federico and Breitenlechner, Martin and Brilke, Sophia and Chen, Xuemeng and Craven, Jill and Dias, Antonio and Ehrhart, Sebastian and Flagan, Richard C and Franchin, Alessandro and Fuchs, Claudia and Guida, Roberto and Hakala, Jani and Hoyle, Christopher R and Jokinen, Tuija and Junninen, Heikki and Kangasluoma, Juha and Kim, Jaeseok and Krapf, Manuel and Kurten, Andreas and Laaksonen, Ari and Lehtipalo, Katrianne and Makhmutov, Vladimir and Mathot, Serge and Molteni, Ugo and Onnela, Antti and Perakyla, Otso and Piel, Felix and Petaja, Tuukka and Praplan, Arnaud P and Pringle, Kirsty and Rap, Alexandru and Richards, Nigel A. D and Riipinen, Ilona and Rissanen, Matti P and Rondo, Linda and Sarnela, Nina and Schobesberger, Siegfried and Scott, Catherine E and Seinfeld, John H and Sipila, Mikko and Steiner, Gerhard and Stozhkov, Yuri and Stratmann, Frank and Tomé, Antonio and Virtanen, Annele and Vogel, Alexander L and Wagner, Andrea C and Wagner, Paul E and Weingartner, Ernest and Wimmer, Daniela and Winkler, Paul M and Ye, Penglin and Zhang, Xuan and Hansel, Armin and Dommen, Josef and Donahue, Neil M and Worsnop, Douglas R and Baltensperger, Urs and Kulmala, Markku and Carslaw, Kenneth S and Curtius, Joachim and Stockholms universitet and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Institutionen för tillämpad miljövetenskap (ITM)
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 05/2016, Volume 533, Issue 7604, pp. 521 - 526
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世界胃肠病学杂志:英文版(电子版), ISSN 1007-9327, 2014, Volume 20, Issue 46, pp. 17578 - 17587
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by Hamish Gordon and Kamalika Sengupta and Alexandru Rap and Jonathan Duplissy and Carla Frege and Christina Williamson and Martin Heinritzi and Mario Simon and Chao Yan and João Almeida and Jasmin Tröstl and Tuomo Nieminen and Ismael K. Ortega and Robert Wagner and Eimear M. Dunne and Alexey Adamov and Antonio Amorim and Anne-Kathrin Bernhammer and Federico Bianchi and Martin Breitenlechner and Sophia Brilke and Xuemeng Chen and Jill S. Craven and Antonio Dias and Sebastian Ehrhart and Lukas Fischer and Richard C. Flagan and Alessandro Franchin and Claudia Fuchs and Roberto Guida and Jani Hakala and Christopher R. Hoyle and Tuija Jokinen and Heikki Junninen and Juha Kangasluoma and Jaeseok Kim and Jasper Kirkby and Manuel Krapf and Andreas Kürten and Ari Laaksonen and Katrianne Lehtipalo and Vladimir Makhmutov and Serge Mathot and Ugo Molteni and Sarah A. Monks and Antti Onnela and Otso Peräkylä and Felix Piel and Tuukka Petäjä and Arnaud P. Praplan and Kirsty J. Pringle and Nigel A. D. Richards and Matti P. Rissanen and Linda Rondo and Nina Sarnela and Siegfried Schobesberger and Catherine E. Scott and John H. Seinfeld and Sangeeta Sharma and Mikko Sipilä and Gerhard Steiner and Yuri Stozhkov and Frank Stratmann and Antonio Tomé and Annele Virtanen and Alexander Lucas Vogel and Andrea C. Wagner and Paul E. Wagner and Ernest Weingartner and Daniela Wimmer and Paul M. Winkler and Penglin Ye and Xuan Zhang and Armin Hansel and Josef Dommen and Neil M. Donahue and Douglas R. Worsnop and Urs Baltensperger and Markku Kulmala and Joachim Curtius and Kenneth S. Carslaw
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 10/2016, Volume 113, Issue 43, pp. 12053 - 12058
The magnitude of aerosol radiative forcing caused by anthropogenic emissions depends on the baseline state of the atmosphere under pristine preindustrial... 
Biogenic | Climate | Forcing | Aerosol | SECONDARY ORGANIC AEROSOL | GLOBAL CCN | biogenic | EMISSIONS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | ATMOSPHERIC PARTICLES | SULFURIC-ACID | climate | CLIMATE MODEL | FOREST | forcing | IMPACT | FORMATION EVENTS | NUCLEATION | aerosol | Aerosols | Environmental aspects | Emissions (Pollution) | Engineering Sciences | Reactive fluid environment | Automatic | Physical Sciences
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Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, ISSN 2169-897X, 10/2016, Volume 121, Issue 19, pp. 11,692 - 11,711
Previous modeling studies hypothesized that a large fraction of cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) is attributed to new particle formation (NPF) in the free... 
new particle formation | high altitude | lower free troposphere | CCN | LONG-TERM | NUCLEATION EVENTS | NUMBER SIZE DISTRIBUTION | CLIMATOLOGY | ALPS | TECHNICAL NOTE | M A.S.L | CHEMISTRY | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES | AIRBORNE LIDAR | Atmospheric aerosols | Boundary layer | Meteorology | High altitude | Nucleation | Clouds | Precursors | Entrainment | Aerosols | Mathematical models | Formations
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Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, ISSN 1680-7316, 01/2018, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 65 - 79
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Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, ISSN 1680-7316, 02/2017, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp. 2613 - 2617
The ion composition at high altitude (3454 m a.s.l.) was measured with an atmospheric pressure interface time-of-flight mass spectrometer (APi-TOF) during a... 
H2SO4 | SITE | SULFURIC ACID-AMINE | AEROSOL | MASS-SPECTROMETER | FREE TROPOSPHERE | 3580 M A.S.L | NUCLEATION | PARTICLE FORMATION | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES | COSMIC-RAYS
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Nature Structural and Molecular Biology, ISSN 1545-9993, 04/2016, Volume 23, Issue 4, p. 300
  Myosin VI functions in endocytosis and cell motility. Alternative splicing of myosin VI mRNA generates two distinct isoform types, myosin VIshort and myosin... 
Physiological aspects | Clathrin | Myosin | Endocytosis | Cancer | Cell adhesion & migration | Tumors
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by Wagner, Robert and Yan, Chao and Lehtipalo, Katrianne and Duplissy, Jonathan and Nieminen, Tuomo and Kangasluoma, Juha and Ahonen, Lauri R and Dada, Lubna and Kontkanen, Jenni and Manninen, Hanna E and Dias, Antonio and Amorim, Antonio and Bauer, Paulus S and Bergen, Anton and Bernhammer, Anne-Kathrin and Bianchi, Federico and Brilke, Sophia and Buenrostro Mazon, Stephany and Chen, Xuemeng and Draper, Danielle C and Fischer, Lukas and Frege, Carla and Fuchs, Claudia and Garmash, Olga and Gordon, Hamish and Hakala, Jani and Heikkinen, Liine and Heinritzi, Martin and Hofbauer, Victoria and Hoyle, Christopher R and Kirkby, Jasper and Kürten, Andreas and Kvashnin, Alexander N and Laurila, Tiia and Lawler, Michael J and Mai, Huajun and Makhmutov, Vladimir and Mauldin, Roy and Molteni, Ugo and Nichman, Leonid and Nie, Wei and Ojdanic, Andrea and Onnela, Antti and Piel, Felix and Quéléver, Lauriane L. J and Rissanen, Matti P and Sarnela, Nina and Schallhart, Simon and Sengupta, Kamalika and Simon, Mario and Stolzenburg, Dominik and Stozhkov, Yuri and Tröstl, Jasmin and Viisanen, Yrjö and Vogel, Alexander L and Wagner, Andrea C and Xiao, Mao and Ye, Penglin and Baltensperger, Urs and Curtius, Joachim and Donahue, Neil M and Flagan, Richard C and Gallagher, Martin and Hansel, Armin and Smith, James N and Tomé, António and Winkler, Paul M and Worsnop, Douglas and Ehn, Mikael and Sipilä, Mikko and Kerminen, Veli-Matti and Petäjä, Tuukka and Kulmala, Markku and University of California, Irvine, CA 92697, United States and Institutionen för miljövetenskap och analytisk kemi and Stockholms universitet and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, ISSN 1680-7316, 12/2017, Volume 17, Issue 24, pp. 15181 - 15197
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